NBC Publicity Still, 1966
While filming Star Trek IV, George Takei talks to the young actor who played his (great-great-great-great) grandfather in a scene that was later cut from the film. Producer Harve Bennett cited the young man’s obvious on-screen nervousness due to his mother being on set as the reason for the edits.
(As an aside, I’ve always been annoyed with how Sulu’s arc was edited so thoroughly from the second, third and fourth movies, but that’s a rant for another day, I suppose.)
The first installment of the short-lived Star Trek newspaper strip, 1979.
(I received the entire run courtesy of Rich Handley a few years ago. It’s not brilliant, but it’s competent enough and certainly more enjoyable than Marvel’s comics that started at about the same time.)
"T’Pring," from the score for "Amok Time," composed by Gerald Fried